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MIL-HDBK-419A, MILITARY HANDBOOK: GROUNDING: BONDING, AND SHIELDING FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS AND FACILITIES; VOLUME 1 (BASIC THEORY) AND VOLUME 2 (APPLICATION) (29 DEC 1987)

MIL-HDBK-419A, MILITARY HANDBOOK: GROUNDING: BONDING, AND SHIELDING FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS AND FACILITIES; VOLUME 1 (BASIC THEORY) AND VOLUME 2 (APPLICATION) (29 DEC 1987)., This handbook emphasizes the necessity for including considerations of grounding, bonding, and shielding in all phases of design, construction, operation, and maintenance of electronic equipment and facilities. Volume 1, Basic Theory, develops the principles of personnel protection, fault protection, lightning protection, interference reduction, and EMP protection for C-E facilities. In addition, the basic theories of earth connections, signal grounding, electromagnetic shielding, and electrical bonding are presented. The subjects are not covered independently, rather they are considered from the standpoint of how they influence the design of the earth electrode subsystem of a facility, the selection of ground reference networks for equipments and structures, shielding requirements, facility and equipment bonding practices, etc. Volume 1 also provides the basic background of theory and principles that explain the technical basis for the recommended practices and procedures; illustrates the necessity for care and thoroughness in implementation of grounding, bonding, and shielding, and provides supplemental information to assist in the solution of those problems and situations not specifically addressed. In Volume 2, Applications, the principles and theories, including RED/BLACK protection, are reduced to the practical steps and procedures which are to be followed in structural and facility development, electronic engineering, and in equipment development. These applications should assure personnel, equipment and structural safety, minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems in the final operating system; and minimize susceptibility to and generation of undesirable emanations. The emphasis in Volume 2 goes beyond development to assembly and construction, to installation and checkout, and to maintenance for long term use.

MIL-HDBK-419 Rev. A

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 TCSS - TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS STANDARDS

Version:
A12-19879.19 MB MIL-HDBK-419A_VOL-1-and-2

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